My 2013 Anime Films Watch List:

  • Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home (March 9, 2013) [Comedy, Drama, Slice of Life] - ANN & MAL
  • Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu (April 20, 2013) [Sci-Fi, Thriller] - ANN & MAL
  • *The Garden of Words / Kotonoha no Niwa (May 31, 2013) [Sci-Fi, Thriller] - ANN & MAL
  • Hal/Haru (June 8, 2013) [Romance] - ANN & MAL
  • **The Wind Rises (July 20, 2013) [Drama, Historical, Romance] - ANN & MAL
  • anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (movie) (August 31, 2013) [Drama, Slice of Life] - ANN & MAL
  • Tiger & Bunny Movie 2: The Rising (October 2013) [Action, Comedy, Mystery, Super Power] - ANN & MAL
  • Space Pirate Captain Harlock (Movie) (October 2013) [Action, Drama, Sci-Fi, Space] - ANN & MAL
  • ***The Tale of Princess Kaguya (October 2013) [Fantasy, Historical] - ANN & MAL

Two Hakuoki films are also coming out this year but there’s not much info on it yet. There are also a couple of good ones that I didn’t include because it’s either I haven’t seen the series or the previous movie/s for it yet or they’re just not my taste.

For synopsis, trailers, pvs and more information on each movie just check the ANN (animenewsnetwork) & MAL (myanimelist) links. :)

* Makoto Shinkai
** Studio Ghibli / Hayao Miyazaki
*** Studio Ghibli / Isao Takahata

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The Bureau. (by Ruxandra Ioana)

 

 

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thegirlandherbooks:

So, you’ve just read a book and you want to find one just like it. I suggest using Bookish’s search bar. It brings up books in the same genre, and the links to buy them through the site and other places online. The site is also set so you can add books to your virtual shelves, kind of like Goodreads. It’s in no means a perfect place to go, but it’s pretty neat. All around, it’s a great place to find new books!

thegirlandherbooks:

So, you’ve just read a book and you want to find one just like it. I suggest using Bookish’s search bar. It brings up books in the same genre, and the links to buy them through the site and other places online. The site is also set so you can add books to your virtual shelves, kind of like Goodreads. It’s in no means a perfect place to go, but it’s pretty neat. All around, it’s a great place to find new books!

Hanmae. 26. Cebu City, PH. Virtual assistant of sorts. I'm taking fangirling as a side job and about a couple steps away from being a hikikomori. I love thrift shopping for clothes and shoes, animated films, cats, libraries and bookstores, french fries, burger steak, this guy, and men in suits. Why hey-insom(n)ia?


2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
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